By JOHN PESETSKI
Special to FOXSportsWisconsin.com
PHOENIX It's difficult to be critical of the year Aramis Ramirez had for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2012. Instrumental in the Brewers late-season surge into playoff contention the soft-spoken slugger hit .300 with 27 home runs, a league-leading 50 doubles, and drove in another 105 runs. He also played Gold Glove caliber defense committing only seven errors while posting a league best .977 fielding percentage at third base.
Still, both Ramirez and the Brewers came in to Spring Training this year determined to get the Dominican Republic native off to a better start in 2013. Despite some adversity, a different approach and some help from the Major League Baseball schedule makers, Ramirez and the Brewers might get what they are looking for.
"I would have like, five MVPs in my house right now if I could ever get a season off to a good start," Ramirez said early in Spring Training. "Obviously what I'm doing is not working early. I don't...